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mayors across the country, let's go to the bay bridge and pushing back on president trump's plan to send more law start there. enforcement to their cities to address protesters. the bay bridge is backed up, we the cities that are on the have had a couple of broken president's list. down cars as you head out from ktvu fox2 news, this is mornings on 2. towards the commute. it has been a little longer than usual, here it is at 8:19, >> we couldn't have timed it and here it is, still backed up better. 7:00 on the dot. quite a ways. at this time yesterday, the i'm gasia mikaelian. commute was over, so every day >> good morning, i'm dave is an adventure. clark. it is thursday, july 23rd, and traffic will be a bit other than it was, 880 is not too it is always great to see you, slow right now. we had earlier problems approaching the san mateo gasia mikaelian and steve bridge, but those are gone, and paulson, just hanging out with steve, he knows about our traffic continues to look good forecast. on the snow grade, and that is all clear finally, after we had >> no complaints lately. a crash there for a long time. san jose and the silicon valley big fog bank in place, commute has been smooth this morning. smooth, just like mr. steve temperatures below average for almost all. paulson. oakland has been near average or smooth as sal castaneda. below. today it is accelerating on its way out. i tell you, now i'm just it was enough to ramp up the fog that gave us a southwind,
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more of a west-southwind, ranting. let's get to it. today. a little warmer inland, today. we don't always see fog and low clouds, but we have this week. i don't think there will be look at that low, spot below, i much change, coast and bay. bases are up around 3000 feet would say it is near fresno. for some, so it is pretty high out there. there is a lot of moisture almost every recording station says cloudy or mostly cloudy. funneling in upwards into the livermore and also san jose, along the south-southwest, so sierra, and parts of mendocino county, shasta as well. so storms, erupting a little no change there. back to the coast, warmer today for a few. there have been some great santa rosa is cool this week, i thunderstorms to the north, and also to the sierras, right where they should be. expect them to bump up a little over to sal now. okay. bit, sunny, breezy. water temps have come up, this where do you want to start? is the warmest they have been all summer, except point well? marina. san jose, still cloudy to you know, i'm going to talk mostly cloudy, east all through about all of that, but right now, steve, i'm going to start the web cameras. with some of these commutes here, as you look at san jose. it is showing cloudy skies. because, northbound and 280, there goes the train, by the 170 at lakeport, and still hot way. we always do that for steve. at lake county. caltrain is on time. the san jose commute looks it is almost impossibyou do? pretty good. but we are talking about the san mateo bridge. that crash is cleared.
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steve mentioned the snow grade, not bad, up and down much of that is right, they are still the coast, here. there are two lows, one in fresno, and that is giving us clearing up that crash that has pressure on the coast. been there for a wild. big-time fog bank, 60s, 70s, 80s, and even most inland it does not show sign of clearing up, so if you want to locations are running hello go a different way, that would little bit. be good. cooler, and i don't see things we always have to mention the toll plaza before you make it onto the span. changing probably the rest of 7:02, let's go back to the the month. maybe in august things will headlines. bump up third but as steve >> reporter: california has set paulson says, stock patterns tend to remain stuck, gasia and another single day record for the number of new covid-19 cases. our state reports 12,800 mike. positive cases. 7000 are clustered in a few how staff are planning to do an extensive deep cleaning southern california counties. california, reporting 115 debts of the san quentin prison today. how restaurant owners are going to great lengths to help employees during the pandemic. , bringing the total deaths statewide to 7870 since the beginning of the covid-19 pandemic. during a briefing, governor gavin newsom gave an update on the state's stockpile of
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protective equipment and the increasing number of covid-19 cases and deaths. >> over a seven-day period, we my money should work as hard as i do. have averaged 90 lives lost, that's why i use my freedom unlimited card every time i get gas. compared to about 98 lives in the previous seven days. give me a little slack! but nonetheless, it is just with freedom unlimited, you're always earning. i said i need some slack on pump three! another reminder, if i need to remind anybody of the magnitude of impact that this virus continues to have. >> governor gavin newsom also said the state's positivity rate has kicked up to 7.6% now, while above the 5% benchmark recommended by the cdc. our time now is 7:03. sonoma county supervisors today will decide whether to find both people and businesses for violating covid-19 health orders. ktvu's jesse gary is here now with all the details. good morning, jesse. >> dave, morning to you. if the supervisors in sonoma follow the lead of other counties, they could set up a
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system where a neighbor can inform on another neighbor. let's take a look at our video to step up efforts to stem the spread of coronavirus, they could impose new policies, they meet today at midday to vote on a proposal. county staff suggests establishing a hotline, where callers can report on those in foul of the law. $1000 for businesses. the goal is to get greater compliance with the approach for slowing the spread of covid- 19, this includes wearing a mask, social distancing, washing your hands frequently, and avoiding gathering in groups indoors. sonoma county has 2241 confirmed covid-19 cases third of which, 900, plus, are still active. the death count stands at 22, including older residents in nursing care facilities.
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>> now is the time to double down on our action. so what can you do that is within your control? set an example by following the health order and guidelines. >> third district supervisor, shirley zhang, says the proposal does not go far enough. "i think you deserve more than a $100 fine if you are going to take my life or other people's lives in your hands." two days ago, marin county went ahead and passed a similar ordinance. they use a graduated, 8:24, mornings on 2. beautiful picture there of the estuary, with the boat right graduated find scale. there. ♪ susie let mika. $10,000 for businesses. we'll talk to you in the next hour. back to you. >> all right, jesse gary, thank this is your request, get together by the young bloods. you. more testing is coming to jesse colin young on vocals, san francisco. city officials say virus cases quadrupled from just a month ago there. , and more needs to be done to from the 60s.
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flatten the curve. the city is now adding 1400 send me a song, we are done for more test appointments every day today, but i can make a list at three coronavirus test sites. and play them later in the week. facebook, twitter, instagram, >> when you talk about the curve and our surge, i'm very use the hashtag, ktvu. concerned, as cases increase. it's plausible we could get into a new york situation in ♪ >> good call for that. the city of san jose is the late summer or early fall. encouraging people to donate >> now the health department also told private doctors and tech devices that students can healthcare workers to make sure use this fall. you can donate a spare and that people with symptoms were those in contact with people working device, but mainly with the virus, get tested. laptops are needed. and you will be eligible also for a tax rake reduction. president trump says he is ordering squads of federal organizers are also accepting officers to nference, yesterday money donations to help cover that cost. the donation drive, taking he said additional federal law place today from 4:00 until 6:00 this afternoon at the enforcement teams will be sent berryessa calabasas branch to chicago, kansas city, and albuquerque under a program libraries. a new study finds more than called, operation legend. chicago's mayor, sent a letter to the president, urging him 300 restaurants in san francisco, oakland, and hayward, have permanently closed since the month of march. not to deploy federal agents, who she says, "arrest citizens according to yelp, the san
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francisco bay area was the without cause." third highest metropolitan area foreclosures behind new york city and los angeles. >> i am hoping they will not be the restaurants have been hit that foolish enough to bring that to chicago. >> the mayor of albuquerque also released a statement, hardest with permanent closures from the crisis compared to any other industry. two restaurant owners are there is no place for trump's secret police in our city. going to great lengths and well other mayors are also warning out of their way to help the feds to stay away. workers during the covid-19 pandemic. we are talking about ken and vicki, owners of ole's waffle shop in alameda. the couple tells us they are gassed by federal agents as he stood with protesters. digging into retirement savings to keep everyone working. the owners say their workers the mayor said he had come to are part of their family. stand with protesters in the >> we didn't feel like we could face of what he described as an occupied force. president trump said the federal tell people they didn't have a job anymore. they are family. agents were to restore order in the face of nightly protests. >> i felt very personal with mayor wheeler, along with them, like going to kids' oregon's governor has demanded the president withdraw the parties. federal officers. here at home, happening >> they say they hope what they today, vallejo hosting an online town hall meeting to prove the cities police department. vallejo police force has been are doing will inspire others
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under scrutiny for several to help people in any way they deadly officer involved shootings in the recent years. can. they tell us they have put the city and police department their plan for a retirement is gathering feedback on a home on hold, and definitely. proposed improvement plan, and tonight's town hall will still to come on mornings on 2, the flu season, much less severe this year in the provide opportunity for people to ask questions. southern hemisphere. coming up, it begins at 6:00 tonight. you will see it on the city how health professionals are connecting that with coronaviru police's facebook page. an online conversation is ongoing tonight, talking about also democrats and the future of police reform. republicans have different goals when it comes to the next the da and others will discuss police accountability and ending federal relief bill. how the two sides are trying mass incarceration. you must read your pre-registry now to come together on an agreement. to sign up. the sierra club now admits its founder, the famed environmentalist, has racist views. the sierra club said he made derogatory comments about native americans and african- americans. the executive director says his comments continue to hurt people of color. the sierra club's online post the sierra club has almost it
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will make its leadership majority nonwhite and study which of its monuments should be renamed or pulled down. the city of berkeley is moving closer to renaming a two block stretch of an avenue after a woman from south asia. the committee voted last week to rename a two block stretch of the newly reconfigured shaddock road. she immigrated to berkeley in the 1910s and encountered racism, when she purchased a home. city leaders selected her name after asking the public for some inpexpected to approve the renaming and the name change at a meeting in september. 7:09. you know, steve paulson, i did a long porch visit with my parents last night, and the
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time could not have been more pretty in those evening hours. >> it was 86 in livermore, but that's not bad for this time of year. back right. >> it can be a heck of a lot hotter than that. and that was one of those locations yesterday. most were in the 70s or 80s. today looks to be very similar, maybe a little cooler for some, warmer for others. but we still have a big fog bank and a hurricane, yes. the pacific has been very quiet, the waters are cooler, so that is part of the reason. and also, a typhoon in the western pacific has been quiet as well but douglas is the hurricane, is it heading towards the hawaiian islands? yes, but it might we can considerably and won't reach storm status. it is category three right now. popping up, not only the sierra, but north sacramento valley, around mt. shasta, and a little bit in mendocino county and northern lake county.
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for us, we are looking for the fog and low clouds to be there, and it's just not going congress is considering anywhere. coastal drizzles possible. more ways to help the american fog and big fog banks, the people during the covid-19 bases have come way up, so it pandemic. what to expect today, as republicans present their new plan. makes a good push there. 50s on the temps for just about and the fbi is accusing a everybody. it's pretty close, here. chinese researcher of fraud with a travel visa. difficult pacifica, 53. why the fbi thinks that researcher is hiding in san because of the cloud cover, francisco at the consulate. they are stuck, except for the fog and low clouds for us, and >> from ktvu fox2 news, this is thunderstorms over the mountains, these series of lows mornings on 2. are keeping us on the cooler it's a thursday morning. side. so if you like this pattern, i don't see much change going i am so glad you are with us, forward. 60s, 70s, 80s, on one day, and mike? i had my big social outing of the next day they cooled them. the week, yesterday, the grocery store. that's exactly what we will see and i know that many people are north, all the way into the weekend, gasia and dave. no big changes. doing this too. all right, steve. the time now is 7:11. i shop for my family and republicans have their turn for parents. their plan, how it is different from the democrat's, as they try to find common ground. all hands on deck, how so you might see people shopping for multigenerational families, because if i can lessen the danger to them, i am
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happy to do it, because i have researchers are launching new to go for my own family. studies. >> that is impressive. usually i head down there, so you have the power to know i'm not looking at other cards, but occasionally i will pick up popsicles and artichokes for my mother, but that's about it. before you go when you wake up but hey, gasia , i tip my hat with mornings on 2. >> you also have the power to to you there, that is very nice know every tear everywhere you of you. to get in and out of there in go when you download the ktvu fox2 news app . reinventing. it's what small businesses do. five minutes. when it comes to groceries, one big shop per week? or are you popping in every other day? well know, i have been doing a lot, online. but if i have to go, mike, i'm like you. i am like you, get it done and get out. don't spend a lot of time, but yeah. they have made it easy for some. the only thing is, you don't get to pick things out, but it is pretty convenient. we do have a convenient fog bank, if you like temperatures, and that is what we are dealing with here. going back 24 hours, that is the one that was over it, yesterday.
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it is now on its way out, but with comcast business, there is now pressure on your small business can work faster, with powerful internet california and the west coast. from the nation's largest gig-speed network. and that is translating into cooler temperatures, also pretty good thunderstorm activity in the mountains here work safer, with all your connected devices in nevada, and shasta as well. 50s on the temps, sun breaks, automatically protected by securityedge. so we have maxed out on the and work anywhere, with comcast business at home, fog. there is an onshore breeze that will last a couple mornings. our new business-grade internet solution for remote workers. whatever your business needs, temperatures are average to slightly below, and i just comcast business has the solutions don't see much of a change in to help you not just bounce back, the pattern. if you like it, you will enjoy but bounce forward. it for three to five days. call or go online to find out more. over to sal now he has been busy this morning, he has had a couple here and there, what about now? things are clearing out, and i shop for other people too, i shop for my mom read let's take a look at the in fact, i might -- there we go. i might have an issue with whatever camera i can bring up here. maybe the controller -- there we go. let's go to sfo, traffic is moving well there at sfo, no
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major issues. but usually, san jose, northbound 280 has been good. san jose commute has been very light. we still had some slowing at the bay bridge toll plaza, and i want to mention that, because it is still slow, and it is just past 8:30, and usually we are long gone, but we had a couple broken down ca that is why it is president trump will discuss federal guidelines for opening schools. some congressional members meanwhile could unveil a trillion dollar plan today to tackle the pandemic. and as reporter doug luzader reports, it could include another round of stimulus checks. >> we could have a starting point, as republicans have largely come to an agreement on a federal aid package. welcome back to mornings on as more states and the district 2. it is now 7:14. of columbia institute new
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san jose is encouraging you to requirements to wear face masks, president trump in a fox donate tech devices that school interview last night, added his kids can use this fall. you can donate spare and own guidance. >> we have to win this. working devices, mainly laptops are needed. and you will be so when you are in a certain situation, i think you should wear a mask. >> this comes as republicans eligible for a tax break. are expected to outline a new devices will be refurbished before students will be getting relief package today, which is them, and organizers are also accepting money donations to expected to allocate more money help pay for the cost. for americans, schools, this drive is taking place from 4:00 until 6:00 this afternoon testing, and liability protection for businesses that reopen. a big sticking point, what to at the cassa branch's libraries. do with expiring unemployment benefits that expire next week. democrats have already proposed cal state university's system is changing its graduation requirement. a trillion dollar plan, being beginning in 2023, students have to take a class on either shot back. >> they can barely create a ethnic studies or social justice. partisan bill in their own ethnic studies course, normally conference. focuses on four groups of >> when it comes to the president's push for a payroll tax caught, and more districts americans, native, african, asian, and latin. the board of trustees expanded are deciding whether to reopen that to include other groups, in the fall. as well. the president was asked about
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critics now say they expanded his own family members returning to the classroom. >> yeah, well i am comfortable it so much you could fulfill with that. and we do have a national the requirement without having to take a special ethnic strategy, but ultimately it's studies class. >> i think it is a requirement up to the governors of the states. that does not guarantee that ethnic studies will be selected i think many governors want these schools to open. >> in the new associated press by students, it is either or. poll, while few support opening schools without percussions, a majority would like to see schools resume operations in person this fall. we thought to include a more in washington, doug luzader, broader sense, saying it can include jewish studies, it can fox news. a 93-year-old former guard include arab star studies and has been convicted. armenian groups. >> a competing plan would require students to take a class on one of the the number reflects the number historically defined groups. of people believed to have been it is still under debate. killed at the concentration camp that he worked at during if it is approved, the governor have to decide. 1994, excuse me, 1944, and 1945. and and he was convicted in because he was only 17 and 18 at the time of his crimes, his 11 separate robberies has been sent and to more than 33 years in prison. william hudgins was convicted in robberies targeting young
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women the working alone in stores, in august and september case was heard in juvenile court. he was given a two-year of 2017. investigators say he used suspended sentence. early this week he apologized in court for his role in "the replica handguns to threaten the young victims, rubbing a 's machinery of destruction." the fbi says it believes a boutique an ice cream shop and chinese researcher is hiding out other stores. he told police not to call because someone was watching. at the chinese consulate. suing youtube and the she claimed she had not served in the chinese military, but parent company google. investigators say they found photos of her in a chinese he is one of 18 plaintiffs accusing the company of failing to police bitcoin giveaway scams. military uniform. he is demanding you to remove they think after that she went to the consulate and has his images and likeness from remained there. u.s. law enforcement cannot scam videos that convince users to transfer the currency in enter unless invited. hopes of getting double in we are still learning texas return. the lawsuit also, when akers has ordered the closure of a gave access to high-profile twitter accounts and posted chinese consulate, which china bitcoin giveaway messages. testing treatment ideas for calls malicious slander and says the coronavirus, the nih is it's book officials have never operated outside ordinary diplomatic norms.
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a 62-year-old woman from looking at more kinds of vallejo who worked at the antibody research and possible veterans home, died just days drugs for very ill covid-19 after testing positive for covid-19. patients. two drugs have shown to be gwendolyn robinson developed a effective on the coronavirus so fever and nausea, last tuesday, far. this new research is along with the nih's work on a possible and went to the hospital where she tested positive. by saturday, struggling to vaccine. they are also launching a $1.5 breathe, she said goodbye to billion effort to speed up her family on facetime. >> her purse is still in the testing options. well the days of having house. empty streets and highways seem her shoes, every part of her is to be over. a location-based data still there. collection company, saying >> i just told her she does not daily vehicle trips taken in have to fight anymore. the first week of july reached she needs to go towards the light and get her wings. 73% of pre-pandemic levels. >> gwendolyn robinson's children that's up from a low of 42%, say they do not believe she three months earlier. the company also says the number of vehicle miles traveled contracted the virus at the veterans home, where strict have bounced back in many parts measures are in place to of the country. protect residents. here in the bay area, however, her husband, also infected and drivers are only driving about currently in the hospital, his three quarters of the miles children say that he is improving every day. in marin county, at a they drove each week before the pandemic. we see a lot of those
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nursing home, dozens of trends playing out in our residents there contracted coronavirus. morning commutes, sal. yes we do. state officials say six more residents at the marin postacute facility have died. and we do have more people on the road for some of these 11 patients there have died in all from the virus. commutes. mark residents, more residents in fact let's go right to a picture of the bay bridge. it looks like it did, three or four months ago. but it is a little different. and staffers have tested i think a lot of people are in positive. their cars now, where they might today a deep cleaning will normally be on parts. because the rest of the begin at san quentin's state commutes aren't this busy. prison in marin county. you can see here, traffic is slow for sure. ktvu investigator reporter, this is a look at interstate 880. this commute has not been as brooks derose with more on the severe, traffic is moving well. and on the san mateo bridge, deep cleaning. there will be cleaning of things have cleared up all the way through, so no more problems, there. unoccupied cells. and this is also a look at the commute on 680. still a bit of slowing on 680- masks have been given to staff and inmates for use. south, because of a crash. 280 in san jose, that traffic during the outbreak, scientists looks very good. and i want to and health experts from uc berkeley offered free testing say hello to captain chris sherry of the chp, who wanted to inmates and staff, but prison officials turned them down, twice, saying they didn't need the help. to remind us that you have to, brooks is joining us this
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morning. we will talk about testing troubles california prisons, in steve, this is all you. what many say were missed stay three feet away from opportunities to slow the spread of the virus. salon owners are upset cyclists, and just be safe. about guidelines that offer outdoor haircuts. stylists protested outside the thank you for watching. public health department in good to know, thank you, downtown oakland, yesterday. they say it's unfair that only salons that have enough space to allow for outdoor service sal. all right, we'll get to it can reopen. alameda county is not alone, is here. we have a cool pattern for many showing up . as fog and low not allowing to operate clouds are circling in. outside, right now, but that could change. fog is now going towards the >> our shop is located upstairs south coast, so it is almost out. we get these wind producers in a building, and in that that keep the fog machine building there is no way to rolling along. thunderstorms bring down chairs or set up a over the mountains, and a tent. there is no space outside for a little warmer today that is tent. >> outdoor salons are now mainly for inland areas, so allowed in contra costa county, morning low clouds, the city yesterday, 68, today, going 66. the record is not that warm, insignia and walnut creek has
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2006, 83. the record goes way back, 1881 turned a parking lot into a salon for the configuration allows about 20% of normal business, but the owner tells at 49 degrees. still an onshore breeze for us 20% is better than nothing. as you can tell, things are some, although not as strong as changing day by day. the last couple of mornings. we have a full list of county by county reopening information status on the ktvu news app. there are still some gusts you can check it anytime. about 25 and up to 45 that i we are keeping a good list of saw a couple days ago. what is open and where on the 50s on a lot of the temps. front page. 50s for most, and san carlos is san francisco's bayview, some say they have not had mail 53. 84, las vegas, another 90 degree morning, palm springs. delivered on a regular basis for months. delivery has been sporadic or 57, 59, sacramento to ukiah, and thunderstorm activity nonexistent, which has been mainly favors sacramento of valley , but another on the difficult for those receiving medication by mail. the suspect have gone to the post office to complain. pacific northwest, giving us they say they have also stopped pressure equaling morning fog. by a smaller facility on evans this pattern is on hold here, avenue to voice concerns. you don't see much changes day >> we are short, today. 60s, 70s, 80s, most locations, we don't have a supervisor, coast and bay are close. it's just constant excuses, about why we have not received if you are below. our mail. it looks like one day we warm up >> in a statement, a postal service spokesman says there , the next day we cool down, was only one day in the last then we keep it there into the two weeks that the carrier did
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weekend, you guys. not finish his route. well more than two dozen neighbors say that is not true. and packages the postal service claims have been dropped off people at san quentin have have not been dropped off, and tested positive for the they do not believe thieves are coronavirus. we'll tell you how the staff there plan to do a very deep to blame. cleaning of the prison, today. just like i said, mike, going to the grocery store is >> reporter: and house and my one big social outing of the restaurant owners are going way out of their way to help their week, even checking the mailbox employees during the pandemic. , steve paulson, if i get good mail, it can be a lift for me you are thirsty and we know that you want a cold drink. for the rest of the day. >> that is a rarity though, gasia. have you ever noticed, like the mail you really don't want shows up on friday? always, on friday. like not that bill. >> it ruins your whole weekend. [ laughter ] >> exacta, so i do not open it until monday. but you are right. we do have a system where we are not mailing it in, that's for sure, because this is kind of an unusual pattern for us. taking a back on satellite, 48 hours west of the bay area, it slides down to visit monterey,
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now it is hanging out in fresno on its way to the central sera. it's why i like this radar, you can actually see the circulation. and that is rapping in with a lot of thunderstorm activity. that came up around the high, and a quiet pattern for july. i mean there is really no extreme one way or the other, it is tending to favor areas cooler, big morning fog bank, sunny, and breezy, coastal drizzlet it is a big fog bank.o west-southwest, 55 degrees, one degree cooler than officially here in the city, which is 56. some locations, mid-60s, ukiah even came down a bit on the temperatures, but it is still 90s for many. for us, thunderstorms to the northeast, and we are looking
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but we also know that, when it comes to money, you want to...not spend any. for low-pressure to hang out that's why 7-eleven has 7 cups free with 7rewards. over the west coast. and they are not changing too much, so i don't think you get the big gulp you want. for the no money you want. temperatures will either. one day higher, the next day, cooler, it just depends, and big gulp drink. no money. 7 times. this kind of a pattern is a cool one for sonoma county. is that what you want? oh, we know. i did bump it up for santa rosa, but temperatures are because we are 7-eleven. and we might know you better than you know yourself. still below average to near average, closer to the coast, you guys. so not much change going into the weekend. 7-eleven. always open. all fans excited for the return of baseball, still to come on the 9, we are catching up with former giant and now fox sports aj analyst, e.g. prisons key. right here on ktvu. what to expect when the giants take on the l.a. dodgers. awesome internet.
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tradition. helping workers during the covid-19 pandemic. the couple here is ken and vicki muncy, they own ole's waffle shop in alameda. the couple is digging into their own retirement savings to keep everyone working and paid. the owners say their workers are a part of their family. >> we didn't feel like we can tell people they didn't have a job anymore. they are family. >> very personal with them and but as californians we'll get through this together. i have gone to their kids' if your income has been reduced parties. >> the owners say they were or you've lost your job or your health insurance, covered california is here. taught by their parents that we can help you find the health insurance small acts of kindness can you need to protect you and your loved ones. leave a lasting legacy. they say they hope they will inspire people to help others and, you may even get financial help to pay in any way they can. they tell us they have put for your health insurance. their plan for retirement home on hold indefinitely. so, if you or someone you know is without coverage, visit coveredca.com to learn more or enroll today. i do hope you stay with us, because tomorrow morning you can get ready to join us on a zip trips as we take you to the california coast.
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is there anywhere more pretty? in our trip tomorrow, we are excited to highlight the beaches, the bay area, all the way to marin. we are also looking at major tourist definitions, such as monterey and santa cruz. to see how they are so, if you or someone you know is without coverage, and the hidden smiles. the foggy glasses, and the muffled laughs. a simple piece of fabric makes a big statement: pandemic. i care. >> in the beginning, we had to wear a mask. justthe let's all do our part to slow the spread. catchphrase of 2020. so we were doing take out only, and roadside cocktails. >> the good news around place elements is that we saw less well the number of covid-19 people out on the beaches, cases continues to rise, the which could mean less southern hemisphere is reporting an unusually quiet disruption to these moms and flu season this winter. the wall street journal reports australia has only had 85 pops that are resting. confirmed cases of the flu in a two-week period. there were more than 22,000 >> we are heading to coastal cases last year. the same trend beast as you never have seen is being found in argentina, south africa, new zealand, and before. so again, join us tomorrow morning on the 9 as we take our chile.
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coming up this morning, take the world health organization though, the flu season is much warned the northern hemisphere should still plan for a normal less severe this year in the flu season, if more parts of the economy reopen. we are getting a closer look now at the impact the pandemic is having on some of southern hemisphere. the nation's largest companies. coming up, how health professionals are connecting that with the covid-19 let's get back to pam cook for pandemic. also democrats and this morning's dollars and cents. pam, good morning. >> good morning. republicans have different goals when it comes to the next yeah corporate earnings, covid-19 relief bill. how the two sides are trying to come together on an agreement. starting to come in for the last quarter, much of the news is not very good. when the opening bell rang this morning, microsoft stock took tech shares down, despite posting quarterly results that were actually better than analysts' expectations. linkedin, has been severely impacted by the pandemic. so that, adding to the losses there. taking a live look at the markets, the big impact this morning was the weekly jobless report, as well. as you can see, the dow jones down about 1/3%, almost 100 points, slight nasdaq, done the most as far as
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the three indexes go, because of those tech shares. now, affecting the markets, the weekly unemployment report shows 1.4 million americans filed for unemployment last week. that was more than expected. layoffs remain high as businesses were ordered to shut what will be the first thing you do as soon as you're able? down, once again, because of a resurgence in coronavirus cases. at ikea, we wondered that too... and it is the 18th straight we found that people didn't say catching a new movie, week of the number of new or going on a trip. unemployment claims has topped 1 million. by the way, before the it was to simply be with loved ones. pandemic, the number of weekly applications never exceeded having that first hug. 700,000. sharing that first meal together. twitter reports stronger user growth in the last quarter, but and showing off the good news. a big loss in revenue, because we know you can't wait to of the coronavirus pandemic. welcome people back into your home, twitter, based in san and neither can we. francisco, reports its daily let's get ready for what's next. user base rose 12% from the first quarter to 186 million. ikea. but twitter's revenue fell 19%. twitter stock by the way, up 15% , so far this year, comparing with a 1% gain for the s&p 500,
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submitting the index there. american and southwest airlines reports losses today. southwest saying it will continue to block middle seats on planes through at least october. southwest and delta are currently the only u.s. carriers that are actually limiting capacity on flights. now analysts agree, travel will likely be depressed until there is a vaccine, but that recovery could still lag after that, because for some time, because people will still need to recover, financially. that's a look at your dollars and cents, i'm pam cook. go back to mike and gasia. are pam , thank you for that. rookies with the san francisco 49ers today are reporting to training camp. now they were originally scheduled to report on tuesday, but the date got pushed back. injured players, along with cornerbacks will also report to camp today. the rest of the team, expected next week. players will be tested for covid-19 every day for at least
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the first two weeks of training. then testing will be reduced as long as a positivity rate stays under 5%. the nfl announced it is not welcome back to mornings on completely rolling out fans in the stands for the upcoming 2. more ways to help the season. the league confirmed if fans american people during the are allowed to attend games pandemic, and what to expect they will be required to wear face masks. the nfl has not officially today as republicans present announced the decision yet, they are leaving that up to teams to decide, based on local their new plan. and the fbi accusing a chinese researcher of fraud with a travel visa. by the fbi thinks that mandates. the jets and giants recently researcher is hiding in san announced there would be no fans at their home games at francisco at the consulate. metlife stadium. it is opening day for the san from ktvu fox2 news, this francisco giants, the giants take on the doctors tonight and what is one of two opening day is mornings on 2. >> well good morning, thank you games. the game tonight starts at 7:00. for joining us, and welcome to mornings on 2. i'm dave clark. >> good morning to you. it's another great start to the day, i'm gasia mikaelian. t th of course there are changes due to coronavirus, there will be bay, i cannot see the sun at no fans in the stands, no all . is it out where you are? spitting, no up close arguments >> no, you know what? with umpires, and the oakland
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dave and gasia? a's will open up their season i had overcast until about with the angels at home, tomorrow. 11:30, that's really late for me. so that is a big fog bank. 8:51, and there is a big so gasia, absolute, there is a triple header right here on ktvu this weekend, when it lot of gray out there. comes to baseball, sal. san jose stan cloudy, that is a i am sure you are excited to get big push on the fog. your fill. and not only that, but we also >> i am excited. i don't have to be there just have thunderstorms popping up to watch sports on tv. over the mountains, not just as a matter of fact, as life the sierra, northern sacramento valley, northern mendocino progresses, i watch more on tv anyway, so peasking. county. but the fog is there, the bases let's take a look at the commute have gone up, so it has no now. problem clearing the coastal traffic is beginning to finally hills. clear up at the bay bridge. but boy it took a while. a coastal drizzle, not as much as yesterday, but still a if you wait a little longer, it drizzle, because we have a very might be completely gone, but deep fog bank and it allows a it is clearing up at the toll plaza. cool fog bank, so we say cool we do see that the rest of the commute has already cleared up including 880 in oakland. to mild. may be warm for some, 8:51, let's bring steve back in with today's weather. i think you know it, sal, livermore, 84 today. so pretty close to average, but slightly below for many, you have been showing it with your traffic cameras, there is especially away from the coast. a lot of fog out there. over to sal now. some getting to slowly burn back, but the stage is set for
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you got busy there, we had a another mild day, not warm for couple things going on. where would you like to start this time? many locations. and it is a bay bridge toll plaza? yes, let's start at the different ball game, west of toll plaza. i think that is a good place to the bay area, getting right to start right now, steve, it is slow and stays slow all the way the bay area, over about santa out to the foot of the cruz and monterey, accelerating maccarther maze, about a 15 to san joaquin valley and just minute delay, there are no major issues on the span past fresno. that, along with another itself, once you get on it into pressure from the north, keeping us in his pattern. patterns tend to lock in, and san francisco. as we look at the east bay they do block and where we have commute, that is also looking very good. thunderstorm activity going bonkers now. 7:33, let's go back to the sierra, northeast, also sacramento valley, a quiet headlines. all right, sal, 2:00 this afternoon in our time, that is pattern for july. when president trump is expected to talk about federal windy, sometimes, and the guidelines for reopening breeze kicks up, 66, 55 for the schools. meantime, some congressional members will unveil a $1 trillion plan for al city. 66, 54, the average. the record, 83 back in 2006. the pandemic. the measure could king on the the record low, 49 all the way now include more stimulus checks. >> we could have a starting back in 1981. 50s, 60s on most temperatures, until you get to the north, then you can find 70s. but it's pretty quiet here. some of that fog and low point for negotiations here as clouds, making it two areas senate republicans have largely that have not had a lot.
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come to an agreement on a new coronavirus aid package. as more states and the district it is showing as it's maxed out. of columbia institute requirements to wear face masks, president trump in a fox but as long as we keep getting lows dropping in, it will give news interview aired last us a cool pattern. night, added his own guidance. >> we have to win this. morning fog, a bit of a drizzle, back to the 60s, so, when you are in a certain situation, i think you should wear a mask. >> that, and fellow republicans unless you are inland, then you will get 90s. but little change here going are expected to outline a new forward. maybe a jump up in temperatures early next week. relief package today. it is likely to include more payments to americans, more money for schools, additional but until then, what you see is funds for testing and liability what you get. and that is a lot of fog, guys. protections for businesses that thank you, steve. a landmark conservation bill on open. the way to the president's desk. a big sticking point, what to do about expanded unemployment benefits that expire next week? a major win for the national parks service, and how it could restore national parks across democrats, who have passed california. and other spacecraft took their own $3 trillion plan, off for mars, details on the shot back. >> to the republican party, so look from china's launchpad. disorganized, chaotic, and unprepared, that they can barely put together a partisan bill in sign up for our ktvu their own conference. newsletter, head over to >> there are gop differences ktvu.com/email and sign up for here, especially when it comes this daily service. to the president's push for a payroll tax cut. tricts are dec
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positive. the police chief is gwendolyn robinson developed a fever and nausea, last tuesday. she went to the hospital, she retiring after he was was tested positive. saturday she was struggling to criticized for arresting a black man dancing in the breathe, and she said goodbye street. to her family on face time. he was detained on may 23 and a >> her purse is still in the neighbor called the police and reported him as asyst vicious house. person. her shoes. in his resignation letter the chief says he hopes the next every part of her is still chief will be a woman, person there. >> i just told her that she of color, or both. his last day will be august 28 don't got to fight no more, she for the city of richmond has officially nam the official should go to the light and get her wings. and -- >> her children don't think she female chief in the department 110 year history. she's been serving as interim contracted the virus at the home, they have strict policy to protect residents they are chief over the last 10 months and was assistant chief before unsure where she got the virus, that. she knows her appointment comes at a pivotal time after the death of george boyd and the but her husband has the virus as well and is in hospital. black lives matter he is said to be improving. the family is hoping he will background should help.communit
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pull through. well there is more asked rinsing i know what law disturbing news from a marin county nursing home. dozens of residents have enforcement as a profession is contracted coronavirus there. officials say six more residents at the marin experiencing. postacute skilled nursing facility in san rafael have >> she will become the official died from the virus. police chief august 1. 11 patients have now died lights are back on at therefrom coronavirus. 11 more residents are infected, so now there is a total of 66 casinos in las vegas but the shows are still dark and some residents and 20 staffers who have tested positive. happening today, in san of the big names in quentin, the prison is set to entertainment are waiting to hit the stage again as theaters and shows shut down since undergo a deep cleaning. march. cases continued to rise and there's no word on when the big ktvu investigate of reporter, shows might come back here in brooks derose, says it should the meantime shows such as take a few days to clean the cirque du soleil and penn and jor adjustments and preparing for what can happen when they return 600,000 square-foot interior of >> they will be the prison. all hard surfaces will be disinfected, and there will be sprayed and cleaned. electrostatic spraying of unoccupied cells. prison staff must wear face >> we need every audience member coverings and n95 masks will be given to inmates for voluntary use. to remember we can't do things before entering the outbreak at san quentin, health experts from uc berkeley offered free like we used to. we need to be safe.
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covid-19 testing to inmates and >> penn and teller don't expect staff, but we learned prison officials turned them down twice, saying they don't need to be back on the stage until the help. coming up this morning on the 9, ktvu reporter brooks derose early, 2021. china not launched a space will talk with us about the craft for mars. trouble and what many say were it took off this morning from the center in china. this is the second most ambitious attempt to go to mars due to reach mars in seven missed opportunities to slow months. the spread of covid-19. the rover will look for signs time is at 7:40. while the world is watching, of underground water. more numbers of coronavirus beef is committee is cases, the southern hemisphere looking for fifa -- is serving is reporting a quiet flu season . the wall street journal reports australia has had only 85 confirmed cases of the flu in a two week period. there were more than 22,000 as one of the 10 u.s. host there the first two weeks of july, last year. the same trend has been found regions. in 2018, they selected the u.s., mexico, and canada to in argentina, south africa, new zealand, and chile. the world health organization is warning the northern hemisphere should still prepare for a normal flu season as more host the 2026, world cup. the bay area one of 17 finalists competing for rights in the u.s. parts of the economy reopen. businesses in sonoma county
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coming up on 7:40. that are not obeying health let's get you outside for a bit orders could face big fines. have a new proposal from the today. supervisor is targeting steve paulson, it should not be violators. too difficult, should it? >> well i hope not, because i'm going golfing. not everyone is embracing the new normal when it comes to facemasks. but you know, there could be a some cities across the country hurricane, and some will go are ramping up precautions to golfing. but it looks fine, dave and prevent the spread of coronavirus including hefty fines. looking to name the price gasia. it is cool, maybe on the windy for a new covid-19 vaccine the side for some, that has been benchmark government officials something we have been dealing are hoping to reach. with. but fog and low clouds are on welcome to mornings on 2. the coast, and storms are here we are it's a nice day. popping up north and towards the sierra nevada. with those combinations, this it looks like some sunshine is kind of an unusual pattern here in san jose. for us, because temperatures really are struggling to get near average to above. but it will be warmer for some today. we had the low yesterday, which was down in central southern california livermore, 86, it should be 89. concord, below average, palo alto, and fremont, that's
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pretty close to average. but santa rosa, no doubt, that is about 9 degreesage for this santa rosa is 54. low clouds and fog, frequent thunderstorm activity has really been expending up north, and also in the sierra, so keep an eye on that if you were heading that direction. but a couple areas of low pressure, weak as they may be, it does not matter when it's july. you get the morning fog, it's cool to mild to warm, still some 90s in mendocino and lake county. for most locations, temperatures are average to below. i don't see much change. one day it's warmer, the next day, cooler. all signs say steady as she goes as we head into the week, dave and gasia. moore are using twitter, but the social media site is losing numbers. new numbers showing what is happening at twitter, now. also, better late than never, baseball is back!
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we'll show you what to expect when the giants take the field, tonight for the opening game. then at 8:00 we are getting a much better idea at how much a covid-19 vaccine may cost. how drugmakers and regulators are vowing to keep costs under control. in a landmark conservation bill, it's on its way to the president's desk this morning. a big win for the national parks service, and how it could help restore national parks across california.
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the city of alameda's police chief is retiring. his decision to step down comes three months after the department was criticized for arresting a black man who was dancing in the street. officers detained molly watkins after a neighbor reported him as a suspicious person. in his resignation letter, the chief says he hopes the next chief will be a woman, a person of color, or both. his last day on the job will be august 28th. the city of richmond has officially named bisa french as police chief, making her the first female chief in the department's 110 year history. she was assistant chief of the richmond police before that. she says she knows her
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appointment comes at a pivotal time after the death of george floyd, and during the black lives matter protests. french says that her black and puerto rican background should help. >> i kind of understand both realms of what the community is expensing. i know what law enforcement, as a profession, is experiencing. >> french says her priorities are teaching cultural competency and continuing to bring the crime rate down in richmond. chief trench's first official day will be august 1st. our time is now 7:47. earnings and jobs, they are affecting wall street this morning, and there is the new report out, showing which cities pay the most. pam cook is here now with today's dollars and cents. pam? yeah good morning again. microsoft beat the stream in term of estimates for the quarter, but sectors of the business, some are down, including a subsidiary, linkedin, which has been severely impacted by the weak job market.
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her soft, taking a lot of technology stocks down, when the opening bell rank this morning. the weekly jobless numbers came in higher than economists addicted, that took stocks down when the bell rang. taking a live look at the numbers right now, all the futures are pointing to a higher opening until that report came out. now you can see the dow jones hanging on to 26,900, down about 100 points, 1/3%. s&p 500, down slightly, 3274, the nasdaq is also down slightly at 10,704. now that weekly unemployment report shows 1.4 million americans filed for new unemployment benefits, last week. layoffs remain higher, as many businesses were ordered to shut down again, because of a resurgence in coronavirus cases. it's also the 18 profits 18th straight week, before the pandemic, the number of weekly applications never exceeded
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700,000. another report from the u.s. bureau of labor statistics shows some good news. average weekly wages in the bay area were the highest in the country during the final three months of last year. santa clara county workers topped the list with a weekly wage of $2800. san mateo county in second. new york and boston, the counties their round out the top five. twitter earnings reports stronger user growth in the last quarter but big loss in revenue is of coronavirus. twitter based in san francisco, reports its daily user base rose 12% from the first quarter to 186 million. now twitter's revenue fell 19% in the second quarter from a year earlier to $683 million. twitter's shares have gained about 15% so far this year, compared to a 1% gain for the s&p 500. so, overall, not bad.
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but venture capitol funding for start up companies in the u.s. declined in the first half of the year, as the pandemic makes investors more wary of risks. according to the wall street journal, investors are uneasy about a surge in coronavirus cases in recent weeks and the inability to meet face to face with entrepreneurs having an effect on that as well. the journal says, without venture capitol funding, many startups are likely to fail which is expected to have a negative impact on a lot of industries, technology, and technology in particular. i'm pam cook, that is a look at your dollars and cents. thank you, pam. today is baseball's opening day, and the doctors will play in one of the. first, the new york yankees will play the world series champs, washington nationals, at 4:00 p.m. . because of coronavirus, there are big changes. no fans in the stands, no
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spitting, no high-fives or in- your-face arguments with the umpires. the oakland a's will play the angels, tomorrow. happening today, rookies with the san francisco 49ers report to training camp, originally set to report on tuesday, that was pushed back. injured players and quarterbacks also reported to training camp today. while the rest of the team is due to start, next week. nfl players will be tested every day for covid-19 for at least the first two weeks of training camp heard testing will then be reduced, as long as the positive rate stays under 5%. commute. things have changed so dramatically the past few weeks, haven't they, sal? >> they have. more people are out, and the pandemic obviously has changed things from a few months ago,
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but we can see changes. you are right, gasia. right now, at the bay bridge , or on 880, we are going to start with a 80, first. but leading up to the bay bridge, you will see traffic is going to be okay here on a 80. but when you get to the bay bridge, we have had a backup. part of it is people just don't want to be on par into san francisco, can you imagine all those people crowded in a train? b.a.r.t. is making adjustments to make sure people don't get too close, but some don't trust it, and there they are, driving through. some other commutes have not been as slow. this is 280 in san jose, that looks pretty good. it is cloudy in many areas, let's go to steve. it is indeed, sal. there is a pretty good fog bank out there, again. some people love this pattern, and you know it's not going to last, it's only july, but it's less than for now. i don't see much change, even going forward.
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maybe even the rest of the month, and you know, it can't be too far away. but it looks like it's playing into the forecast not soon, maybe next week. but nothing that would be really hot. low clouds there, thunderstorms over the sierra, and also northern sacramento valleys, and some drizzle out there. it is a big fog back, so it is a cool pattern to mild to warm, i mean it is not where we are seeing temperatures above average. we are near to below. 50s to 60s, and if you are away from fog influence you will be warmer. most will stay on the cooler side at 75, palm springs, that is nice for them. tahoe trucking, also towards shasta, but for us, i pretty good fog bank, and also around that low has been funneling up to the sierra, now expanding to northern california as well. 60s, 70s, 80s on the temps, close to where they should be
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this time of year, and we are not seeing much of a change here. one day warmer, one cooler, but steady as you see, steady as she goes, you guys. cracking down on businesses and people violating health orders. how people may be held accountable. >> reporter: and the city of berkeley wants a new name for a new part of shaddock avenue. how they want to highlight a former resident who confronted racism. and other spacecraft took off for mars. we have details about the launch of that rocket from china. don't forget, you can have morning headlines delivered right to you by signing up for the new ktvu new newsletter. just go to ktvu.com/email , sign up for the daily service! it is morning and we know that you want coffee.
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center in china, this is its second and most ambitious tried to go to mars. it's expected to reach mars in seven months and then start searching for signs of water. a new plan launched in san francisco to ramp up testing, as city leaders voiced concerns about containing covid-19 businesses in sonoma county, not obeying health orders could soon face big fines, the new proposal from county supervisors targeting violators and mayors around the country, pushing back on president trump's plan to send federal law enforcement officers into the streets. the cities that are on the president's list. >> from ktvu fox2 news, this is mornings on 2. good money, everyone, thurs i'm mike mibach, it is a beautiful summer morning out there for the bay area. it is a good time to get outside and get that run or jog
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or hike in. whatever you like to do. and i like doing that when it's overcast. >> it feels so much better, you are not sweating to death. although i feel i'm getting a better workout, and steve, when i am sweating, i feel like i'm doing more. not too much swimming going on these afternoons, thankfully. >> that is true, unless you are in mendocino or lake county. my location did not have any until 11:30, that's late for me. some get the sun, then temperatures only get to the 60s or 70s, for others itto the unless you are towards ukiah or lake point, you are not going to see 90s. maybe vacaville, but they are closer. warmer, today, just a little. i mean some locations yesterday were in the 70s, others in the 80s today with maybe a bump up
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of a bit. but sunny to windy to breezy. we are overcast for just about everyone today. livermore, san jose, mostly cloudy skies. 55 degrees, so stuck there on the temperature, and i don't think it's going to get that warm, coast and bay. inland areas will be near average to a little bit below. that has continued here for the most of this week. over to sal now. we had a couple things to talk about. any of the bridges you want to focus on, first? the approach to the bay bridge is still slow, steve, because of earlier issues. now, i want to mention that the maccarther maze even has a little bit of slowing here. you can see it, and that is tied to kind of a rough morning that we have had at the bay bridge. we had a couple cars break down just more people. we aired a story a while ago, that there is more traffic in the bay area, according to a company that monitors traffic. and i am seeing that here. at the bay bridge, it's past
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8:00, and look at that slow traffic. you don't want any part of that. now this will probably thin out, but you will have to wait for about an hour. we should be getting better closer to 9:00. it is now 8:02, let's go back to the headlines. california saw another single day record for over 19 cases. 12,800 positive cases have now been reported with 7000 clustered in a few southern california counties. california now has 421,000 cases of covid-19. our state has also reported 150 deaths in one day. it brings the total number statewide to 7870, since the beginning of this pandemic. during a briefing, 11 gave an update on the state's stockpile of protective gear and increasing covid-19 tests and deaths. >> we have averaged 90 lives lost, compared to about 98
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lives in the previous seven days, but nonetheless, 90 lives lost. so it's just another reminder, if i need to remind anybody, of the magnitude of impact that this virus continues to have. >> governor newsom also said the state's seven-day positivity rate has kicked up now to 7.6%, well above the 5% benchmark recommended by the cdc. happening today, sonoma county supervisors are going to decide if they will find people and businesses for violating health orders. jesse gary with us this morning right here on mornings on 2 with more on this story, jesse, good morning. >> mike, good morning to you. supervisors are following the lead of other counties that could set up a system where residents are reporting and filing reports against their fellow residents. ahead of their midday meeting today, the county of public health officer had already encouraged people to call either local or state officials if they see someone violating
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the law. >> if you observe practices that compromise your health and the health of coworkers, customers, or the general public, call your local law enforcement agency's nonemergency phone number, or the industrial relations labor partner. >> if the five-member board of supervisors votes in a few hours to impose new fines, there could be one central number to call. they recommend stabbing a hotline where they can report. fines would be $100 for individuals and $1000 for businesses. 2241 have been confirmed, cases of which have roughly 900 plus our active. the projected cost to over half million. now third district supervisor, shirley zane, a
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proponent of greater enforcement, says the proposal does not go far enough. she is quoted as saying, i think you deserve more than a $100 fine if you are going to take my life and the lives of other people in your hands. two days ago, marin county officials unanimously passed a similar measure. there, they have what is called a graduated find structure that tops out at $500 for individuals and $10,000 for businesses. guys, back to you. all right, jesse gary live for us this morning. thank you. more testing coming to the city of san francisco. cases have quadrupled from a month ago. the city is adding more test appointments every day at three coronavirus test sites. >> when we talk about the curve and our surge, i'm very concerned that as cases increase
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, it's plausible we could get into a new york -like situation in the late summer or early fall. >> the part of public health also ordered private doctors and healthcare workers to make sure people with symptoms were those in contact with people with the virus get tested. new this morning. three out of four require, favorite requiring masks, that according to a new ap poll. a majority of republicans also back such policies. president trump says he is ordering squads of federal officers to other cities. during a news conference yesterday, the president said the additional law enforcement teams will be sent to chicago, kansas city, and albuquerque, under a program called, operation legend. chicago's mayor sent a letter to the president urging him not to deploy federal agents, she
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says "arrest and detain residents without cause. " >> i am hopeful that they will not be foolish enough to bring that kind of nonsense to chicago. >> albuquerque's mayor also released a statement before the president's announcement saying there is no place for trump's secret police in our city. other mayors are warning feds to stay away. the mayor of portland was tear gassed by federal agents, late last night as he stood with protesters around the federal courthouse. the mayor said he came to stand with protesters in what he described against an occupying force. president trump sent forces to, restore order in the face of nightly protests. oregon's governor has demanded the president withdraw the federal officers. here at home and happening today, the city of vallejo is
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hosting an online town hall meeting to discuss a proposed plan to improve the city's police department. the vallejo police force has been under scrutiny for several deadly officer involved shootings over the past few years. the department and community are gathering feedback. tonight at 6:00, a meeting on the department's facebook page. they will discuss ending mass incarceration, if you want to join the discussion, you must preregister at 5:00 p.m. you can sign up by going to the commonwealth's website. berkeley now closer to renaming a two block stretch of transiting avenue. a subcommittee voted to naming a two block stretch of the really newly configured stretches of shattuck avenue to
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kala bagai, who encountered racism after buying a home. the city is expected to approve the name change at a meeting in september. happening today, the silicon valley leadership group will name a new ceo. the organization works for the interest of its 350 member companies. on issues, including housing and the environment. back in january, ceo, carl guardino, announced plans to step down after 23 years, once the board could pick a new chief executive. >> let's talk about getting outside under these cool skies. steve paulson is with us for today and the warm up ahead. a little bit, there is nothing extreme, gasia, nothing where you will say oh my gosh it is hot out there. we don't see that, yet. maybe early next week. now, a few locations may bump up today, but there is too big of a fog bank, even livermore is still cloudy. in livermore it is retreating for some, the lows are right
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over fresno, you can see it once you go right there. it is accelerating out of the picture. it does not look like much, but that is enough to crank up wind and keep the fog bank rolling right along. thunderstorm activity has been funneling up in the sea area, sierra. the record is not that warm, 83 in 2006, and 49 in 1881. coastal missed drizzle out there, it's a much deeper fog, so that is why it is taking time to burn off for some tiered but it is a light pattern here. 60s on some temperatures. lake port and brentwood, 68, but a lot of upper 50s to 60s, and these probably won't change much. a couple areas of low pressure, one should be at the north, being funneled up into the sierra, so the combination of
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these two, week as they may be will keep us near to below average. morning low clouds, to 60s and 70s on the temps. and temperatures are not traveling very far, they will bump up a little bit, cool down the next day, and they will do that dance all the way to the weekend, mike and gasia. >> all right, steve, thank you. still to come here on mornings on 2, republican lawmakers are on the clock as it's their turn to show their plan. how their plan differs as both sides try to find common ground. finding more treatment options for covid-19, and how federal researchers are planning to launch new studies. >> you have the power of 2 newscasts at night, 10:00 and 11:00. >> and you have the power to
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atlanta. oregon. los angeles. d.c. start here at 2020census.gov. for the first time in more than 40 years, the cal state university's system is changing its graduation requirement.
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2023, students will have to take a class on either ethnic studies or social justice. the ethnics studies courses focus on four groups of american, native american, african, asian, and latin. the board of trustees expanded the requirement to include other groups. some critics say they now expended it so much that you can fulfill the requirement without having to take an ethnic studies class. >> i think it is a requirement that has not finished ethnic studies will be finished by students. it is either or. >> we adopted a broader look st it can include arab studies, armenian studies, and other groups. >> a competing proposal would require students to take an ethnic studies class on one of those four historically defined
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groups. the proposal right now is being debated in the state legislature. the national institutes of health is planning to start several additional medical trials to test treatment options for covid-19. stat news reports the nih is looking into more types of antibody research and attentional drugs for very sick covid-19 patients. two drugs have shown to be effective among the coronavirus so far. new research is in addition to the nih's works on current vaccines. they are launching a $1.5 million effort to speed up testing options. as the coronavirus continues, deals are set for reasonable pricing. a benchmark set at $2 billion with a german biotech company. once vaccines are approved, it will secure vaccines for about $40 per person. experts say that could set pressures to set similar prices.
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>> reporter: the days of empty streets and highways seem to be coming to a close. location-based data company, saying trips reached 72% of pre- pandemic levels. that is up from a low of 42%, three months earlier. the company also reported the number of vehicle miles traveled has rebounded in many parts of their country. in the bay area, however, drivers are only driving about three quarters of the miles they drove each week before the pandemic. tomorrow morning, get ready to take in the sights of the california coast in our next zip trip. we are checking out the beaches in the bay area, and also the popular beaches and hidden gems north of the golden gate and marin county. we are also looking at major tourist destinations like monterey and santa cruz, to see how they are meeting the challenges surrounding the pandemic. back in the very beginning, we
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had to pivot, that seems to be the catchphrase of 2020. we were doing take out-only, and of course roadside cocktails. >> the good news around the shelter in place elements, is that we saw less able out on the beaches, which could mean less disruption to these moms and pups, and animals that are resting. >> we are also heading to coastal visas that you may never have seen before. join us on the next zip trip tomorrow, where we take in all the duty of the california coast! gasia, so many beautiful spots up and down the golden coast. >> i am so excited! sal, i know a lot of people are gearing up for the start of school , so if you cannot go now, the cost will still be there in a few months, right? yeah, and you know, lots of times, people can't go but
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enjoy just watching it, right? i mean that is what we are doing. we are getting used to sitting around the living room and watching things, just to remind you that they are there. and when you can go, . cool.
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